Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
After putting together a group that looked a lot like a starting lineup preview, Warriors head coach Mark Jackson suggested there's little rhyme or reason to the groups he's putting on the floor in training camp.
One of the groups Jackson put together for Wednesday's practice session looked an awful lot like what the Warriors starting lineup might be when the team opens the 2012-13 season. That group featured Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Brandon Rush, David Lee and Festus Ezeli. If he were healthy, injured center Andrew Bogut probably would have worked with that group, hence the speculation that it was a starting lineup preview.
Jackson said that wasn't necessarily the case, however.
"That's just the way I broke it up from the first day," Jackson said. "But there's nothing into it only because you've got to make teams. One thing, though, is I wanted Steph and Klay to be together because they haven't played much together."
The Warriors open the 2012-13 season on Oct. 31 in Phoenix against the Suns.